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Cassia is located in the northern part of Rome and is mostly a residential area. The main road, Via Cassia, is crowded with many shops, and most of the area’s homes are set back from this road. Cassia Rome is popular for foreigners with children due to the abundant international schools that are situated along the Via Cassia. Cars are essential for residents because the area is quite a distance from Rome’s center. Unlike many other neighborhoods in Rome, Cassia doesn’t have many ancient landmarks.

Cassia Attractions

Many Cassia hotels are close to several popular attractions, including the Estrucan Archaeological Site, Stadio Olimpico, Sistine Chapel, Vatican museums, Gemelli Polyclinic and the Villa Borghese. The Villa Borghese is a large park with a zoo, hiking paths, children’s puppet theater and picnic areas. Another popular attraction is the Colosseum. You can take a guided tour to the Roman Forum, Palatine Hill and through the tunnels where gladiators prepared for battle.

Getting Around in Cassia

Due to its high traffic and narrow streets, Cassia is not suited for bicycling. It’s best to get around via car or to use public transport. If you’re not traveling too far, you can also get about on foot. Just keep in mind that there are a lot of cars during the regular rush hours. Along the Via Cassia, there are bus stops and train stations that can transport you to the city’s center from your Cassia hotel. Depending on where your hotel in Cassia is, the trip usually takes about 20 minutes.

Tips on Travel for Cassia

If you’re staying in a Rome Cassia neighborhood hotel and want to see all of Rome’s ancient glories, consider a hop-on-hop-off bus tour. You can see all of the iconic landmarks from an open top bus and hop off and explore whenever you feel like it. Many of the bus tours offer multiple day passes to Cassia, Rome hotel guests, and audio-guides in over eight languages. With these tours, you can also skip the long lines at many of the sights.

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